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Hope 'Retainer Ring' Single Chainring in Black
The new Retainer Ring is designed to work without the need for a chain guide (with the use of a Clutch style rear mech).
 No need for heavy chainguides, noisy drivetrain and drag. CNC machined 7075-T6 aluminium provides the perfect blend of light weight and strength.
 The chainring is compatible with 9spd, 10spd and 11spd set ups.  A hard anodised finish makes these ultra durable and increases longevity. Available in 104mm PCD, 4 bolt fitting.
 
  • Available as a 30t,32t, 34t and 36t Chainring size  
  • 104 PCD 4 bolt pattern 
  • No need to run chain device  
  • Designed to work with conventional 9, 10 or 11spd set ups
  • Weight from 41g
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Great chain ring. I mounted it to the SLX crankset for a 1X setup.
Top quality product looks the part and certainly have confidence it will never drop the chain
Great product, a great way convert to a 1X drive train. Very high quality chainring
Exactly the quality you'd expect from hope. Nicely machined and hopefully many miles to come.
Took the plunge to go 1 to 10. Never looked back. Shifting is thought less. Combine this with a rear mech fitted with a clutch, no need for any other chain retaining device. Nicely made. Great service from Merlin
PricEy for a single ring, but it works beautifully - clutch reaR mech, XT cassette + T- Rex 40 ratio expander, not cheap for the whole shebang but a lot less than XX1 (and not SRAM junk either...)
Excellent piece of kit. I am running this with the 40T-Rex and am not (yet) missing the granny ring. The drivetrain is now much quieter too and the chain doesn't want to come off either.
Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant! I love 1x10. Near silent running and even holds onto the chain with a non clutch mech, although I'll fit a clutched mech to be sure in the Alps.